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British choirmaster Gareth Malone heads to the United States to bring groups of people together through the power of music. Malone, who has an innovative method of teaching but is a fish out of water in an American environment, is thrown into unusual situations with unique personalities; but in the end, he unites his students into a cohesive musical group. Each episode ends with a powerful public performance by the choir in front of their families, friends and communities. Malone's BAFTA-winning U.K. series "The Choir" is the basis for the new show.

Latest episodes

aired 1,266 days ago
Gareth travels to Kentucky to reunite a disconnected factory.
aired 1,273 days ago
Singing a cappella in a sports bar.
aired 1,280 days ago
The new British invasion hopes to revive a community choir tradition.
aired 1,294 days ago
A fire chief wants to create a department choir to unify his firefighters and encourage volunteers to join.
aired 1,301 days ago
Curmudgeonly seniors are reinvigorated through the formation of a choir.
aired 1,308 days ago
A coach wants to restore his team's sportsmanship through the creation of a choir.
aired 1,315 days ago
When Langley High closes and students are relocated to Brashear High, the transfers feel displaced and unwelcome.
aired 1,322 days ago
Gareth wants to create a choir for military spouses as a form of inspiration and support.

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